Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with secondee:

3 syllables:
gegen die,
pecan pie,
began by,
began my,
clement i,
heaven by,
lemon pie,
gegen diese,
edmund i,
fresh honey,
lessened by,
nelson dewey,
reckon these,
reckon three,
section by,
section vi,
them money,
threatened by,
waren diese,
check money,
reckoned three,
section i.,
arena three,
beset by,
credit by,
freda utley,
headed by,
level by,
chicken pie,
stricken by,
began roughly,
began these,
began three,
check safety,
grecian beauty,
seven teeth,
dead on feet,
ethelred i,
fell on feet,
heaven these,
lemon cheese,
lemon peel,
lessen these,
lesson scene,
lesson three,
melon seed,
presence by,
question by,
question why

4 syllables:
aggression by,
expression by,
possession by,
collection by,
detection by,
direction by,
direction they,
election by,
protection by,
rejection by,
selection by,
assess safety,
collect honey,
abetted by,
conceded by,
excess supply,
began early,
clement ii,
expression tree,
regression tree,
affected by,
attention by,
attention they,
chenna reddy,
collected by,
complex supply,
confession scene,
connected by,
convention by,
depression these,
detected by,
directed by,
effected by,
elected by,
ellen nussey,
erected by,
expected by,
expression these,
i tell a lie,
karen homey,
lesson early,
marcellus i,
perfected by,
possession three,
projected by,
protected by,
reception by,
reflected by

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